Arts / Talks help collectors get ‘ahead of the curve’

M16 Artspace’s popular annual series “Confident Collecting” is about to start with the theme “Ahead of the Curve”. It’s a four-part series of illustrated talks...

Arts / Exhibition keeps Baker’s legacy alive

WHEN any artist departs this world, questions always arise about his or her legacy and what will become of the art that remains behind. In...

Review / ‘Impressive’ art stems from hard work

art / ”Here Now”, ANU School of Art + Design Gallery until February 22. Reviewed by CAREN FLORANCE.

Around the galleries

Arts editor HELEN MUSA shares Canberra’s newest gallery openings

No holds barred with Butterfield’s comedy

"Raw" comedian Isaac Butterfield returns to Canberra this weekend with an hour of sharp social observations of the society people live in today— the good, the bad and the ugly.

‘Flashy’ art comments on the music industry

Romeo’s main target is the music industry and as a devoted fan of rock ‘n’ roll, he laments its demise as it’s been overwhelmed by hip-hop culture, writes HELEN MUSA.

Arts / What’s on and where in Canberra this weekend?

ROALD Dahl’s “Jack and the Beanstalk” is a family musical staged by Pied Piper Productions that gives a young, enthusiastic cast the opportunity to...

Arts / Young boys learn to sing with changing voices

  “THE Year My Voice broke” is not just the name of a famous Australian film, but a byword for one of the worst things...

Arts / What’s on this weekend

HELEN MUSA’s weekly arts column features opening concerts and shows in Canberra.

Art / It’s art for heart’s sake

“FLOWERS are my paint,” says florist and make-up artist David Reid of a joint springtime venture with art photographer Lori Cicchini. “Dressing people up with...

Arts / Around the galleries

Arts editor HELEN MUSA shares Canberra’s newest gallery openings

Extreme journey to Outback and beyond

The audience was transported, transfixed, inspired and swept through such a labyrinth of emotions: dramatic, sensual, mystical, primal, rhythmic and melodic, writes reviewer TONY MAGEE about the “The Beauty of Living Sound”.

Ceramicist takes its viewers to the top of Canberra

Highly respected ceramicist Cathy Franzi takes viewers to the summits of the Canberra region in her latest collection, writes reviewer CAREN FLORANCE.

What’s on in the arts this weekend?

HELEN MUSA’s weekly arts column features opening concerts, events and shows in Canberra

Review / Canberra Opera gives new life to Puccini personal favourite

Opera “Suor Angelica” – Canberra Opera, At Wesley Uniting Church, Forrest, Friday July 15, Reviewed by Clinton White

Arts/ What’s on and where in Canberra this weekend?

Events: “YOU Are Here festival” will see an explosion of experimental and lively art around Canberra CBD and its periphery until April 9. Popping up...

Arts / What’s on and where in Canberra this weekend?

THE Griffyn Ensemble’s “Six Curious Concerts” continue until September 3 (Bookings for concerts 3 and 5 (the others are free) to griffyn.iwannaticket.com.au); Concert 2, “Reverse...

Arts/ More is less in new ‘Wizard of Oz’

“The Wizard of Oz,” after the book by Frank L Baum and the motion picture, music by Harold Arlen and lyrics by EY Harburg, with additional music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Tim Rice. Capitol Theatre Sydney until February 4. Bookings to wizardofozthemusical.com or 1300 723 038. Reviewed by HELEN MUSA.

Arts / Around the galleries

Arts editor HELEN MUSA shares Canberra’s newest gallery openings

Arts / Poets gear up for busy week

IT’s a busy week for poets, with the University of Canberra’s “Poetry on the Move: Inhabiting Language” opening on Thursday. To start the week off...

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